Thank you for the replies. I am using your everyday turkey fryer burners on my RIMS stand. I was planning on running a seperate line from the meter (there is a test plug I can remove) into the garage. I then would buy a 20' hose since I brew in my garage.
I am still not convinced this is a...
Thanks for the reply. I have been doing some reading and have heard of guys drilling out the existing burners orifices for the low pressure/volume change. I thought the change would be as easy as jetting changes. I realize I need those, a way to regulate the gas to each burner without having to...
I have been out of brewing for years since the birth of my last child and it is time to fire up the old RIMS setup I built a few years ago. I currently have two propane burners on my RIMS (HLT and BK) but am currently setup with cast iron propane burners hard plumbed and...
I hear ya.....I change styles I drink and brew all the time. For a while there, all I craved was hops and hops and well you get the point. The suddenly I found myself craving the really malty beers again....it's all cyclical.....atleast for me it is.
Wel....modifed the kegerator for my son's bday bash and this is what I did......I installed 3' extra of beer line to the already 3' of beer line in the kegerator for my corney setup. I installed the 1/2 barrel and flowed it at 4 psi and it flos great. No issues, no foaming.
Hey brother looks good....I have a question:
Why go through all the trouble of cutting, demo'ing, fabricating etc instead of just gettting a chest freezer, rigging up a two stage controller and using it that way?
Seems like a boat load of work to me, but looks great.